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Pictures: Flood chaos in central Europe

Images from Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic which are on high states of alert following some of the worst flooding in recent years.
The waters in Passau have now begun to fall. But when floods happen it needs a major clean-up operation for all the affected areas. Look at all that mud!
Soldiers shovel mud from the streets of Passau, Germany, on 4 June 2013
Flood waters in the Bavarian town of Passau in Germany on Monday reached the highest levels for 500 years!
Soldiers row through flooded streets of Passau, Germany, on 4 June 2013
A nationwide state of alert is still in place in the Czech Republic. Towns and cities close to Germany are still at great risk as floodwaters move north.
Flooded Czech town of Usti nad Labem, north of Prague, on 4 June 2013
Falling river levels in the Czech capital Prague mean the threat to the city's historic buildings has lessened, but not everywhere has been so lucky. The zoo, seen here, was flooded and its animals had to be moved to higher ground.
Flooded Prague Zoo on 14 June 2013
People in Austria are also watching anxiously - hoping their mobile flood defences will hold back the huge waters of the River Danube.
Austrian village of Stein-Krems on 4 June 2013
German Chancellor Angela Merkel toured the affected areas on Tuesday and promised 100m euros (£78m) in emergency aid.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Pirna on 4 June 2013
Cities in the south and east of Germany - like here in Pirna - are on high alert as rivers continue to swell.
Flooded street in Pirna, Germany, on 4 June 2013
Rising river waters caused by days of torrential rain continue to cause havoc to nearby cities and towns across central Europe.
Aerial view of flooded Czech village Kresice, north of Prague, on 4 June 2013